Discontinued deposit account rates

The following accounts are no longer available.

Bump Certificates

This promotion ended, effective 1.31.19. If you took advantage of our Bump Certificate special prior to 1.31.19, full details can be found here.

Term Minimum Balance Rate APY
3-year standard/business Bump Certificate $500 2.95% 3.00%
3-year IRA/HSA Bump Certificate $500 2.96% 3.00%
5-year standard/business Bump Certificate $500 3.20% 3.25%
5-year IRA Bump Certificate $500 3.21% 3.25%

Money Market Plus account

This product is no longer offered, effective 1.14.19.

Deposit Amount Rate APY
$10,000 - $49,999.99 .25% .25%
$50,000 and over .50% .50%

FREE Checking account

This product is no longer offered, effective 2.20.2019.

Deposit Amount Rate APY
$1,000 - $7,499.99 .025% .025%
$7,500 and over .10% .10%

Premium FREE Checking account

This product is no longer offered, effective 2.20.2019.

Deposit Amount Rate APY
$10,000 - $24,999.99 .15% .15%
$25,000 and over .20% .20%

General Electric Credit Union is a full-service financial institution headquartered in Cincinnati with branches in Ohio and Kentucky.

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